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George Boustras 🇪🇺 6h
one year from the tragic fire that killed 102. Crucial mistakes in the management of the episode, total absence of any sort of evacuation plan locally, a farcical attempt from the government to cover up. Never again!
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François-Nicolas Robinne Jul 15
"Despite a recent string of devastating fire seasons, new developments continue to pop up in B.C. fire zones"
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班傑明 Jul 6
Ten toes down. Never fold 💯
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Waseem Ul Islam Dec 1
most difficult thing in this world is to guard ur heart; to keep it on the right path & attach with Allah but with many distractions we find it difficult,the easy way is to keep ur tongue moist with the remembrance of Allah Whn we remember Him. He will also remember us.
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Dave 21 Jul 18
Today's excitement: 108F, 10-15% humidity and moderate winds. KBDI 650. Numerous fires every day this week and increasing.
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intterra May 20
DID YOU KNOW if your agency supports or initiatives that can give you specific tools to manage those events? For example, you can receive alerts about significant infrared detections or acquisition of over incidents.
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Darrel Jenerette Feb 25
Come work with us! collaborate with modelers and microbiomers. Beautiful desert and dryland field sites. DM for any questions
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Peter Lawrence Feb 7
Cars as mobile temporary fire shelters in wildfires. "Vehicles provided the protection from radiant heat and embers for those taking refuge on open spaces" - Report on Shelter during the Black Saturday Bushfires 2009 Australia
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Dylan Enright Apr 19
Come and talk and fire and bacteria with me at at the Alumni Center today! See what and I have been up to in 's lab!
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Christa Furtsch Rogers 21 Jun 18
Black bears occasionally meander through like this one in this spring. By preserving forested areas/corridors and keeping garbage secure, we can coexist!
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Jamie Coutts 12 May 18
Over 50 from 11 departments using 13 learning all about water supply, . Great day. Thanks to all that attended in
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Andy Elliott Feb 28
Pleased to be working with the team reviewing their mitigation measures in the Rural Urban Interface
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Dave Spratt 21 Apr 18
Forest restoration means cutting down many Douglas firs, piling them up and burning them, then following with prescribed understory burns. Goal: remove fuel so inevitable wildfires burn less intensely.
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Colorado Forest Srvc Nov 26
Half of Coloradans now live in areas at risk to , with new CSFS data showing a 50% increase in the state’s wildland-urban interface population from 2012-2017:
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AFFA May 31
An increasing # of affiliates are being deployed to the Wildfires in Alberta we would like to remind all to insure that you are utilizing the most effective PPE for the task @ hand. Be safe out there, take of each other & yourselves.
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CERTEC Nov 13
The Wuiprotect system, an amazing complement for fighting fires! Good job folks!
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Enrico Ronchi Jun 30
Dinner with the large outdoor fire group leaders after today workshop at New ideas discussed, stay tuned!
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Shaun Walton 🚒🔥 Feb 14
“It’s not rocket science, it’s far more difficult. it’s social science” development of Firewise UK from is an important step forward for UK FRS wildfire prevention, reducing the impact of wildfires shared fire risk
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juli g pausas 16 Mar 18
The continuous expansion of houses in the wildland-urban interface makes wildfires, even those ecologically sustainable, to become catastrophic. "Rapid growth of the US wildland-urban interface raises wildfire risk"
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Clay Trauernicht 21 Sep 17
Small fires matter too, esp. when its your neighborhood. Recent fires in Pāʻia quickly contained by county FD
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